Wedding day is the most special day in a bride and groom’s life and having fun filled wedding events make the special day even more special. The couple waits for the celebrations to begin which will be remembered for rest of its life.
But honestly the vanilla wedding ceremonies like Mehndi, Sangeet or Varmala need certain flavoring with new trendy ceremonies which can bring the required “Tashan” to the wedding.
Enlisting few ideas you can try in your wedding which can make your wedding even more gala and fun 🙂
1. Brij Holi
Brij holi is the tradition of playing holi with flower petals.It’s essentially a celebration of Krishna and Radha. A group of traditional performers come on stage & dance to tell a story. After that two performers are welcomed on stage as the incarnation of Radha – Krishna and flower petals are showered on them .Then the bride & groom is showered with blessings upon by their family members . It becomes very colorful and fun event which can be played as a part of Sangeet Ceremony.
2. Mini Lantern Festival
The Lantern festival is a Chinese festival celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month in the luni-solar year (Chinese Calender).
Here you can write a blessing for the couple on the lantern’s and release them. Marking the end of their single’s life and starting it with new notes, this way you can consummate your Mehendi function 🙂
3. La Tomatina
Every one of you must have watched “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara”, taking inspiration from the same you can simulate La Tomatina festival in your wedding, concluding your Haldi function.
Tomorrowland has quickly grown to become one of the world’s largest electronic dance music (EDM) festivals. Each year over 1,00,000 visitors flock to Belgiumto dance the day & night away.
Making a twist in your Desi Sangeet function by having Mini Tomorrowland grooving all day & night on your favourite EDM’s and your favorite Bollywood numbers.
5. Songkran Water Festival
Every year, Songkran festival marks the traditional Thai New Year which takes place across Thailand. People flock to the streets to take part in wide – ranging water fights.
The throwing of water has traditionally been a sign of respect and well – wishing, as revelers hope to wash away bad luck. Similarly you can have this event to wish the couple for their happy married life and wash off the bad luck.
Hope these events would maximize your wedding celebration! <3
Team Pink Peacock